List of John Benjamins publications for which Ian Wilson plays a role.
Rendaku in Tōhoku Japanese: The Kahoku-chō Survey Sequential Voicing in Japanese: Papers from the NINJAL Rendaku Project, Vance, Timothy J. and Mark Irwin (eds.), pp. 173–194 | Article2016
Rendaku in many Tōhoku dialects is manifested in the form of prenasalized voicing, and this paper provides a case study of rendaku in the dialect of Kahoku-chō, Yamagata Prefecture. After describing prenasalized voicing and its relationship to rendaku, the paper reports the results of a study… read more
Quasi-neutralization in the acquisition of English coronal fricatives by native speakers of Japanese Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 1:1, pp. 65–85 | Article2015
Second language learners show various forms of mispronunciation, or modification, of target pronunciation, most perhaps due to direct native language transfer, but others, summarized here, to deflected contrast, hypercorrection and covert contrast. The present paper reports on a novel form of… read more
11. Ultrasound imaging applications in second language acquisition Phonology and Second Language Acquisition, Hansen Edwards, Jette G. and Mary L. Zampini (eds.), pp. 309–322 | Article2008